Adhesions, or scar tissue, usually occur after previous surgery. Pain or bowel obstruction can sometimes be caused by adhesions. Procedures can be performed laparoscopically or open depending on the patient's medical condition.
Surgical removal of an abscess, fistula, fissure, hemorrhoids. For patients who meet criteria, a stapled hemorrhoidectomy (PPH) offers faster recovery time and decreased post-operative pain.
Surgery for benign breast diseases and breast cancer, including sentinel lymph node biopsy.
Surgeries can include resections for benign disease, such as diverticulitis and colon polyps, as well as colon cancer. Both laparoscopic and open procedures are available depending on the patient's medical condition.
Gallbladder removal is called cholecystectomy. Most gallbladders are removed with laparoscopic surgery with small incisions. Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive approach that uses a camera inside the abdomen to help the surgeon perform the surgery.Learn more ›
Laparoscopic and open procedures available. Hernia types include groin/inguinal, abdominal/ventral/incisional, and belly button/umbilical hernias.
Surgery for benign pancreatic diseases, such as pancreatic pseudocyst.
Surgical removal of a pilonidal cyst. A pilonidal cyst, or drainage occurs at the tailbone.
Biopsy and sentinel lymph node dissection for breast cancer.
A full splenectomy requires removal of the entire spleen, and a partial splenectomy is used to remove sections of the spleen. During the procedure, up to four small cuts are made in the abdomen where a guiding tool is used to help find and remove the spleen.